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Hong Kong One Step Closer to Becoming a Shark Fin Free City

Hong Kong One Step Closer to Becoming a Shark Fin Free City

Shark fin will not be served at any outlets operated by Maxim’s from 1 January 2020 onwards, the group has announced, in a move welcomed by WWF-Hong ...

21 Sep 2018 Read more »
Representatives of WWF, Friends of the Earth (HK) and volunteers who dressed in local wildlife clothing (Chinese Bahaba, dolphin, black-faced spoonbill, horseshoe crab) [from the left] Samantha Lee, WWF-Hong Kong’s Assistant Director of Oceans Conservation, Stanley Wong, Chairman of Task Force on Land Supply, Andrew Chan, WWF-Hong Kong’s Senior Conservation Officer of Local Biodiversity, Dr. Jeffrey Hung, Senior Programme Manager, Friends of the Earth (HK)

Brownfield development now, say no to reclamation

WWF-Hong Kong and a group of stakeholders delivered their views to the Task Force on Land Supply at a special meeting to receive public views on ...

19 Sep 2018 Read more »
Mr. Hon Felix Chung Kwok-pan, Legislative Councilors (Functional Constituency - Textiles and Garment) (Left 1), Mr. Hui Feng Zhang, Head of Corporate Sustainability, Asia Pacific, HSBC (Left 2), Ms. Karen Ho, WWF-HK’s Head of Corporate and Community Sustainability (Right 2) and Mr. Yeung Fan, President of The Federation of Hong Kong Garment Manufacturers (Right 1) present the“Making Zero Impact Fashionable”project begins.

WWF Joins Forces with HSBC to Advocate Sustainability in Fashion

WWF-Hong Kong has partnered with HSBC to foster sustainability in the fashion industry. “Making Zero Impact Fashionable” is a two-year project ...

10 Sep 2018 Read more »
Samantha Lee, WWF-Hong Kong’s Assistant Director of Oceans Conservation

Noise Modelling Reveals Impact of Proposed LNG Platform Chinese white dolphin and finless porpoise put in danger

Noise generated from the percussive and vibratory piling from proposed construction of CLP’s proposed Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) platform will have ...

07 Sep 2018 Read more »





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